About Bark and Bloom Designs
Bark and Bloom Designs is based in Melbourne and creates hand-made colourful, festive faux Pet Flower Collars, Flower Crowns and Headbands. Our creations are for special occasions like weddings, birthday parties, hens nights, bridal showers, baby showers, photo shoots and everything in between!
We choose faux flowers as they will never wilt, they will last forever, they are perfect for people and pets with allergies, and they can be used over and over for other special occasions!
Many of our pieces are made for pets who join their owners on their wedding day. Pets are part of our lives and families so why wouldn’t we want them part of every special moment of our lives! Roles for pets during a wedding can be a Ring Bearer, be part of the Bridal Party, be there for support, can be held instead of a bouquet, be a surprise for the bride, groom or guests. With more and more venues now allowing pets and with the help of professional Pet Assistants, having your pet at your wedding can make for a very magical day! Our role at Bark and Bloom Designs is to make them look the part!
Bark and Bloom Designs also creates pieces for people too! We are constantly updating our range of flower crowns and flower headbands so you will be sure to find the perfect piece to release your inner flower child!
Behind the scenes…
Annie Wilson – Owner, Creator, Designer
Based in Melbourne, loves music &, vinyl, a regular at markets & op-shops, a retired skater, furniture up-cycler & music photographer, all things vintage, coffee & wine.
Peanut – Assistant, Model and Muse
Peanut the wonder dog was the original inspiration behind the creation of Bark and Bloom Designs. She is a Lab x Retriever, likes winter swims at the beach, midnight walks and to curl up on the bed with the cat.
Butters – Quality Control
Butters is a middle aged, lazy large rescue cat. He weighs a tonne and is all too happy to assist with Bark and Bloom duties, as long as there is food around. Otherwise he will be found close by napping and within in arms distance to receive pats.